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continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring and weight of the air

R. Boyle

continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring and weight of the air

by R. Boyle

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Published by R. Davis .
Written in English


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Statementby R. Boyle. Part 2.
SeriesLandmarks of science
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20070227M

, New experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring of the air and its effects [microform]: (made for the most part in a new pneumatical engine) / written by way of letter to the Right Honorable Charles Lord Vicount of Dungarvan, eldest son to the Earl of Corke by Robert Boyle Printed by H. Hall for Tho. Robinson Oxford. New experiments physico-mechanical, touching the air. Boyle, Robert, , Sharrock, Robert, , Boyle, Robert, Defence of the doctrine touching the spring and weight of the air., Boyle, Robert, Examen of Mr. T. Hobbes his Dialogus physicus de naturâ aëris. I am very unwilling to encrease the.

Other articles where New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air and its Effects is discussed: Robert Boyle: Scientific career: in Boyle’s first scientific publication, New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air and Its Effects (). Boyle and Hooke discovered several physical characteristics of air, including its role in combustion. Forty-three experiments are detailed within this work, including the physical and chemical properties of air proving it has weight along with determining that a vacuum restricts the transmission of sound as well as the discovery on the permanent elasticity of air, which is necessary for supporting life and combustion. The experiments outlined in this work eventually led to the discovery of.

1. Author(s): Boyle,Robert, Title(s): A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects. Oxford: H. Hall for Tho: Robinson. Hardcover. Boyle, Robert []New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, Touching The Spring of the Air, and Its Effects, (Made, for the most part, in a New Pneumatical Engine) Written by Way of Letter To the Right Honorable Charles Lord Eldest Son to the Earl of Corke, by the Honorable Robert Boyle, Esq. Oxford: Printed by H. Hall, Printer to the.


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Continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring and weight of the air by R. Boyle Download PDF EPUB FB2

A continuation of New experiments, physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects Contributor Names Boyle, Robert, Created / Published Oxford, Printed by H. Hall, for R. Davis, Subject Headings.

New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, Touching the Spring of the Air, and its Effects, Second Edition Description Boyle published his first major scientific report, The Spring and Weight of the Air, in to describe his experiments with a new vacuum pump, based on that of von Guericke but utilizing his own improved design, which could be.

Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Very Good. Item # A continuation of New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, Touching the Spring and Weight of the air, and their Effects. The I. Part. Written by way of letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Clifford and Dungarvan.

A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects. The second part: wherein are contained divers experiments : together with a description of the engines wherein they were made.

Defence of the doctrine touching the spring and weight of the air., Boyle, Robert, Examen of Mr. Hobbes his Dialogus physicus de naturâ aëris.

[London: Printed by Miles Flesher for Richard Davis, bookseller in Oxford, ] Alternate titles: New experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring of the air, and its effects. Close section A Continuation of New Experiments Physico-Mechanical Touching the Spring and Weight of the Air, And their Effects: The Second Part.

The Preface to the Latine Edition; An Advertisement of the Publisher to the Reader Before the Latine Edition; A Catalogue of all the Philosophical Works Published by our Author.

New Experiments Physico-mechanical, Touching the Spring of the Air, and Its Effects, (made, for the Most Part, in a New Pneumatical Engine) Written by the Way of Letter to the Right Honorable Charles Lord Vicount of Dungarvan, By the Honorable Robert Boyle.

- I. A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects; the I.

Part, &c. by the Honourable Robert Boyle, Fellow of the Royal Society, Oxford in 4°. Hydrologia Chymica, or, the chemical anatomy of the Scarbrough and other spaws in York-Shire, &c.

by W. Simpson. New experiments physico-mechanical touching the spring of the air and its effects (made for the most part in a new pneumatical engine) — [The second edition whereunto is added A defence of the authors explication of the experiments against the objections of Franciscus Linus and Thomas Hobbes] by Robert Boyle.

0 Ratings. – A Continuation of New Experiments Physico-mechanical, Touching the Spring and Weight of the Air, and Their Effects; – Tracts about the Cosmical Qualities of Things, the Temperature of the Subterraneal and Submarine Regions, the Bottom of the Sea, &tc.

with an Introduction to the History of Particular Qualities. PDF A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects. The second part. PDF [] Mr. Boyle's continuation of experiments of the air.

PDF [] Title page; PDF [] The preface to the Latine edition. PDF [] An advertisement of the publisher to the reader, before the Latine. A Continuation of New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, Touching the Spring and Weight of the air, and their Effects.

The I. Part. Written by way of letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Clifford and Dungarvan. Whereto is annext a short Discourse Of the Atmospheres of Consistent Bodies.

Oxford: Printed by Herny Hall for Richard Davis, 1st. New experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring of the air / by the Honorable Robert Boyle. Oxford: Printed by H. Hall for Tho.

Robinson, --A defence of the doctrine touching the spring and weight of the air. An Account of Two Books. (Number A Continuation of New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, touching the Spring and Weight of the Air, and Their Effects; the I.

Part; Hydrologia Chymica, or, The Chymical Anatomy of the Scarbrough and other Spaws in York-Shire, &c.). A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air and their effects. The I. part: whereto is annext a short discourse of the atmospheres of consistent bodies.

Quotes []. InRobert Boyle published the Second Part of his Continuation of New Experiments Physico-mechanical, Touching the Spring and Weight of the Air. According to Boyle's preface, the experimental work was mainly done by a remunerated technician Denis air-pump with which the experiments were performed was of Papin's own design.

Contents. New experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring of the air, and its effects, made, for the most part, in a new pnuematical [sic] engine: written by way of letter to the Right Honorable Charles Lord Vicount of Dungarvan, eldest son to the Earl of Corke /.

In his book, New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall, Touching the Spring of the Air, and its Effects, (Made, for the Most Part, in a New Pneumatical Engine), he described 43 separate experiments, some of which were carried out with Robert Hooke, investigating the effect of reducing the air pressure within the bell jar on the objects contained within.

New experiments concerning the relationship between light and air (in shining wood and fish). Phil Trans 2: –, Google Scholar; 8 Boyle R. A Continuation of New Experiments, Physico-Mechanical, Touching the Spring and Weight of the Eir, and their Effects. Oxford: H. Hall, Google Scholar; 9 Boyle R.

A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects: wherein are contained divers experiments made both in compressed and also in factitious air, about fire, animals, &c.: together with a description of the engines wherein they were made.

1. Author(s): Boyle,Robert, Title(s): A continuation of new experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their effects.A continuation of New experiments, physico-mechanical, touching the spring and weight of the air, and their On t.-p.

of v. 1: The I. part. Written by way of letter, to the Right Honourable the Lord Clifford and Dungarvan. Whereto is annext a short discourse Of the atmospheres of Contributor: Boyle, Robert Date: New Experiments Physico-Mechanical, Touching the Spring of the Air, and its Effects, 3 parts in one vol., third edition, 2 engraved plates (one folding, shaved touching a caption), half-title repaired in blank area, tear to one part-title repaired without loss, unobtrusive trace of library stamp in one margin [Wing B; Fulton 15], Miles Flesher for Richard Davis, ; A Continuation of New.